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    What are some of the best places you guys have found for price's on 0 gauge fuse holders? The cheapest ones i found where around $20







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    Re: 0 gauge Fuse holders

    20 cheap




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    Re: 0 gauge Fuse holders

    PM Johnecon2001 he can get some Metra/Raptor/Tsunami 1/0 fuse holders. if you dont want those brands then FRITO has tiff 1/0 anl fuse holders for $14 + shipping.

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    Re: 0 gauge Fuse holders

    I have MTX Thunderstuff fuse holders. They are really nice (brass insides) and are secure. 15+ship




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    Re: 0 gauge Fuse holders

    x2 on Ebay




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    Re: 0 gauge Fuse holders

    heres what I bought

    http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-DIGITAL-DISP...QQcmdZViewItem

    well not really. The one i bought only holds 1 fuse

    1/0Ga in, 1/0Ga Out.

    Came with no instructions. Why would I need them? It comes with a blue wire dangling from the back. Is it remote lead turn on. Or a ground? If i apply a 5v power source to it and ground the cable it flashes 91, 90, then flashes 00.

    Emailed the seller and he said it's remote lead turnon... Dunno what to do.




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    microsupply.coms where i got mine



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruffy
    heres what I bought

    http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-DIGITAL-DISP...QQcmdZViewItem

    well not really. The one i bought only holds 1 fuse

    1/0Ga in, 1/0Ga Out.

    Came with no instructions. Why would I need them? It comes with a blue wire dangling from the back. Is it remote lead turn on. Or a ground? If i apply a 5v power source to it and ground the cable it flashes 91, 90, then flashes 00.

    Emailed the seller and he said it's remote lead turnon... Dunno what to do.
    I would think it would be a ground, it would have to be in order to get a complete circuit to power the display. (The +12 comes from the 1/0 wire).




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    Quote Originally Posted by jrz126
    I would think it would be a ground, it would have to be in order to get a complete circuit to power the display. (The +12 comes from the 1/0 wire).

    thats what i figured. its why I grounded it.

    When I ground it in the car it flashes then does nothing. Ground it with a lower voltage source and it goes back to blinking 91/90/00

    i'll try hooking it up to remote turn on and see if it blows up or not




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    Re: 0 gauge Fuse holders

    are you sure there arent any other connections involved? Maybe the Blue wire is supposed to be a remote turn on wire and there's another connection for the ground.




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    Re: 0 gauge Fuse holders

    just buy this and be done wiht it $20 isnt that much for a fuse holder/fuse if you ask me.

    http://www.knukonceptz.com/productDe...m?prodID=FH-20



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    Re: 0 gauge Fuse holders

    Quote Originally Posted by jrz126
    are you sure there arent any other connections involved? Maybe the Blue wire is supposed to be a remote turn on wire and there's another connection for the ground.
    I dont know. If thats remote turn on it means that I must have something hooked up to get a digital readout of the voltage. IE Battery > Fuse Holder > Amp > Ground

    If i dont do that then it should work.




    And the Knukonceptz fuse holder. I hate that type of holder. I have one that came with my streetwires box. Changing a fuse is a pain in the ***. Gotta unscrew both sides, slide the cable one way, unscrew a terminal, shift it the other way, unscrew a terminal, take a wire out, take the fuse, replace fuse, then reverse.

    With the one I have i pop the cover off, loosen two allen bolts and remove the fuse. Place new fuse, tighten the bolts and pop the cover back on.

    Sure its not "Waterproof" But the chances of it getting heavily soaked are slim.




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    Re: 0 gauge Fuse holders

    Everything i've ordered from this site got to me FAST, and was top notch quality.

    http://shopping.redorbit.com/product...2&cat=0&page=1

    Their site ***** for browsing, you need to search for what you need, but their prices are fantastic.

    Check out their prices for 0 gauge ring terminals....

    $3 a piece for gold plates, set-screw 0 gauge ring terminals. It's heaven. I got 14 of them, and they're just as good as the ones you pay $7 a piece for at the store.




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    Quote Originally Posted by heyman421
    Everything i've ordered from this site got to me FAST, and was top notch quality.

    http://shopping.redorbit.com/product...2&cat=0&page=1

    Their site ***** for browsing, you need to search for what you need, but their prices are fantastic.

    Check out their prices for 0 gauge ring terminals....

    $3 a piece for gold plates, set-screw 0 gauge ring terminals. It's heaven. I got 14 of them, and they're just as good as the ones you pay $7 a piece for at the store.

    A local store sells a 5 pack of tsunami platinum plated for 11 bucks. Unbeatable.




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